I have been using a lot of the white WATSON watercolour paper for my comic project lately. The backing cardboard paper from those blocks has a nice grey colour, is really thick and stiff and has little texture so I started to wonder if I can paint something on it with my acrylic gouache.
I went for something grey, similar to my Akihabara painting, to make use of the natural colour of the board. This is based on a photo of a bus depot near our house, and to be exact the trash and storage area of the depot. I really like the old bus stop signs stored there and the contrasting buildings of a university in the back.
The board proved to be really difficult to paint on. When wet it’s colour darkened a lot so choosing colours was a difficult task. I had to use a piece of scrap white paper to test them all the time. But still this was an interesting experiment. I wanted to make use of the nice grey colour of the board but would use Gesso to prime it if I ever do it again.
Medium: WATSON white block backing cardboard (about 3mm, grey paper board)
Request: "HENRY TURNER REQUEST?! HECK YEAH I CAN HELP! okay so I haven’t been sleeping great… so what about something post the film were the reader and him are together and she hasn’t been sleeping at all because of night terrors from the events of the film, so one day she is out with Henry (maybe the day he was planning to propose cause PARALELS!) and she just collapses against him but wakes back up from another nightmare and he comforts her? Thank you so much and sorry…“
An artistic, literary and intellectual movement originated in europe between 1800 and 1850. The movement emphasized intense emotion as an authentic source of aesthetic experience, placing new emphasis on such emotions as apprehension, horror and terror, and awe—especially that which is experienced in confronting the new aesthetic categories of the sublimity and beauty of nature. It considered folk art and ancient custom to be noble statuses, but also valued spontaneity, as in the musical impromptu. In contrast to the rational and Classicist ideal models, Romanticism revived medievalism and elements of art and narrative perceived to be authentically medieval in an attempt to escape population growth, urban sprawl, and industrialism.[x]
Among Romatics can be listed Goethe, Victor Hugo, The Brontë sisters, Herman Melville, Samuel Coleridge, John Keats, Lord Byron, Mary and Percy Shelley, William Wordsworth and many others.
“Could you please write something with Henry Turner (BECAUSE I AM TRASH WITH NO REGRETS) were the reader is his best friend and secretly has a crush on him and kinda follows him around everywhere (cause she lives on the street and has no where else to go but loves being around him anyways) but she gets kidnapped near the end of the film by Salazar along with him but gets left on the ship and he goes back for her and they both confess their feelings? Thank you <3”
White-Turner House, Bastrop Texas (1890) by Bob Holler Via Flickr: John and Martha White built this Victorian home in 1890 and lived there until 1894. Several families owned the home until 1901 when Nash Turner, an internationally recognized horse trainer, purchased for his mother, Kate. The house remained in the Turner family until 1937,